Medicaid Waiver Tweaks Likely To Further Shrink Medicaid Rolls By Josh James • Jul 18, 2017 AP Photo/J. David Ake Kentucky’s latest revised Medicaid waiver is expected to trim more Kentuckians from the Medicaid rolls than the original draft. Whether that’s a good or bad thing depends on whom you ask. Medicaid Volunteer Provisions Raise Questions For Ky. Nonprofits By Josh James • Aug 18, 2016 Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication Some Kentucky nonprofit organizations are voicing concerns about new volunteering requirements included in Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed Medicaid waiver. Medicaid Proposal Not Sitting Well With Some Kentuckians By Josh James • Jun 30, 2016 cms.gov Wednesday saw the second of three scheduled public hearings on Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed changes to Medicaid in Kentucky, and it attracted a large and mostly skeptical crowd. Kentucky Awards Medicaid Contracts To Five Companies By Associated Press • Jul 2, 2015 Kentucky has awarded contracts to five companies to provide health insurance to people on Medicaid. Stage Set For Battle Over Ky. Medicaid Expansion By Josh James • Nov 17, 2014 While Governor Steve Beshear is focused on the 2014 open enrollment for Kynect, Republicans have their eye on 2017. Lawmakers At Odds Over Medicaid Managed Care Issues By Josh James • Mar 19, 2014 Lawmakers in Frankfort heard from mental health advocates Wednesday about the effects of the state’s switch to Medicaid managed care.